Patterned paper with stencils – Video tutorial

Hello dear crafters, 
I am Ishani here and let me start with a question? Do you think Patter paper are expensive or may be if you are like me, you would find them so pretty that you don’t want to finish them off! Today I am sharing a creative way to stretch your stencils and make patterned paper with them

I am sharing a video tutorial today where I am sharing creative ideas for stretching your stencils – to make patterned paper.
Patterned paper with stencils - Video tutorial 1

I am using three stencils for making three papers in traditional Christmas colors, Red and green.
For my first card,

I am using Alphabet dies to cut my Patterned papers and making a background by die embossing a stencil.
Patterned paper with stencils - Video tutorial 2
Products used

Stencils  – Barcode
                 Bubble background
                 Stripes
                 Fireworks
                             
          Archival mini ink kit
For my Second card, 
I am cutting the patterned papers to look like presents.
Patterned paper with stencils - Video tutorial 3
Products used
Stencils  – Barcode
                 Bubble background
                 Stripes
Stamp –Festive lights
          Archival mini ink kit
For the last card,
I die cut stars from the patterned papers and arranged them.

Patterned paper with stencils - Video tutorial 4
Products used
Stencils  – Barcode
                 Bubble background
                 Stripes
Stamp –Happy day
          Archival mini ink kit
Patterned paper with stencils - Video tutorial 5
I hope you are inspired by these examples. I love stencils and love to experiment. If you come up with ingenious ways to use our stencils, do tag us #craftangles when you share them in social media.
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Ishani

Ishani is known in the crafting world as Quillish and is a stay at home mom and a full-time crafter. She loves colouring, building scenes and experimenting new techniques.

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